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Here is a freshly dug coyote den just feet away from Bass River on what is now known as the Indian Lands. Now that’s a Cape Cod coyote that knows where to build a waterfront home. Which was, for the record, a southern exposure. You can see the water of a small cove in the background.

Coyotes move an impressive amount of dirt when digging a den. It’s hard to tell from the picture, but that mound of dirt is like 6 feet high! The entrance hole measures about 18 inches across. The coyotes are getting ready to have their pups and will have multiple denning sites in case one is compromised.


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